Carlisle United must upset daunting odds if they are to pull off an upset on the road at Peterborough United today.

The Blues are heavily odds-against for a first win at the Weston Homes Stadium since 2000.

Paul Simpson's side are as long as 9/1 for victory - their most distant odds for an individual game all campaign.

888Sport offer that price while SkyBet price a United win at 8/1, and Unibet offering 15/2.

Darren Ferguson's fourth-placed Posh are as short as 2/9 with Paddy Power to chalk up a home victory against Simpson's bottom-placed strugglers.

Bet365 offer 3/10 and BetVictor offer 1/4.

The draw is 11/2..

Peterborough, predictably, dominate the first-scorer betting ahead of the Good Friday game.

The 18-goal Ephron Mason-Clark is 9/2 to get the opener this afternoon, with Ricky Jade-Jones 24/5.

Kwame Poku is 13/2, Joel Randall is 9/1 and Ryan De Havilland is 23/2.

For United, Luke Armstrong is priced 12/1 to get the first goal while last weekend's two-goal marksman Dan Butterworth is 20/1.

Fit-again Georgie Kelly is 16/1 to mark a United debut with the first goal, while he is 5/1 to score at any stage in the game.

Also in the Blues ranks, Jack Diamond is 18/1 for the opener, while Taylor Charters is 33/1, Sam Lavelle is 50/1 and Jack armer is 66/1.

Carlisle's last win at London Road was the 2-0 victory back in the 1999/2000 campaign.

A repeat of that is 70/1 on this occasion.

Peterborough, the division's top scorers, are 13/2 for a 2-0 win, 8/1 to win 3-0 and 9/1 to win 3-1.

A repeat of the 1-1 draw at Brunton Park earlier in the campaign is priced 11/1.

If you fancy Carlisle to keep a clean sheet against Ferguson's free scorers - something only three teams have managed in this League One season - odds of 10/1 are available.

Source: Oddschecker.